No credit card hook ups
If you have a credit card you’ll want to read through this post today. Particularly last week when we had our main credit card re-issued again during USAA’s “upgrading” from Mastercard to Visa….If you don’t, you’ll have to go back to 1997 and whip out your check book! time will tell whether it really is an upgrade or not (?(and true about hard drive, just doubt she’ll want to go through the hassle of attaching it and downloading them every month…) Reply “Yeah, I don’t know how you multiple card holders do it – I can barely stay on top of my one card” Hahahahaha!I only have a few, so it’s not nearly as bad as some of those extreme travel hackers. “and true about hard drive, just doubt she’ll want to go through the hassle of attaching it and downloading them every month…” ‘Cause attaching a phone to a laptop and downloading pics occasionally is SOOO much hassle.I started credit card hacking and extremely glad I did as I’ve racked up thousands in credit card points, but it was a messy process in terms of these recurring payments.It is wiser to follow the advise here, than to build something piecemeal throughout the year. Credit card fraud is typically covered by the card itself (always good to check), whereas debit card fraud is less likely to be covered.I like that it’s also a good change to re-evaluate your subscriptions. It’s free and there’s an app that automatically takes any new photos on your phone or computers and stores them in Google Photo.
;-) Reply Yeah, I don’t know how you multiple card holders do it – I can barely stay on top of my one card haha….
Once the list is complete, take two more last minutes and just look them over and see if they’re still worth keeping around! If not, put a star next to them or highlight them and then call it a night…
Tomorrow, when you’re in the mood again, call them up/log in and kick them to the curb once and for all. Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to do a little reconnaissance and see if it’s still worth keeping some AAA action in our lives… Good thing we enjoy it to some degree :) ***** PS: Kinda related, but totally not – my boy Brad from Richmond is helping 500 families score (almost) free trips to Disney World using only reward points (worth about ,000).
The only downside is that video storage is limited unless you pay extra.
Reply To add a bit more utility to this, for those of us with multiple cards, you should break it down by each card. Re: your wife’s Google Storage, just buy her an external hard drive.